Solar Light Company is a leader in the design and installation of solar electrification systems in West Africa. We provide packaged and custom solutions with lifetime customer support.
Our relationship with you, our customer, starts with a free evaluation of your site by one of our Energy Consultants. We work with you to determine your energy needs, and then recommend solutions that fit within your budget.
Solar Light goes beyond designing and installing a solar system. We advise customers to replace energy-wasting lights and other appliances with cost-effective energy saving devices, and even offer suggestions to remodel customers’ homes to take full advantage of natural cooling and lighting.
All Solar Light’s systems are built to last over 30 years, and we continuously contact our customers to make sure you are getting the most from your investment.
Households:- Lighting systems, power for TVs, fridges, and other small appliances
Offices and shops:- Lighting and power for computers, fax machines, and telephones
Institutions & factories:- Room lighting, emergency lights, passage lights, small appliances.
Hotels & Guest Houses:- Lighting for rooms and passages, emergency lighting, fans.
Churches & Community Ctrs:- Power for lighting, ventilation, and small public address systems.
Remote homes, stations, clinics:- Complete power for lighting and small appliances.
A Typical Household System The main components of a Solar Light system are shown in the figure below. Solar panels collect sunlight and convert it into electrical energy, and a battery stores the energy produced in the daytime for use at night. Appliances consume the electricity produced.
Wires are used to connect the system together, and a controller may be needed to regulate the charge on the battery. If the user wishes to use ordinary household appliances, and inverter is used to convert the battery power into alternating current (AC).
Components of a typical home-based PV system. The capacity of your system is determined based on the household size and the number of appliances to be used.
PV system sizes and their approximate capacities.
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